Being married for years and then making the decision to divorce is a very difficult experience. The decision could be mutual, which would make things easier on both spouses and an easy route with collaborative law. However, not all older couples in Florida mutually agree on divorce. While one spouse is looking forward to beginning a new life, the other is saddened by the decision. Regardless of whether both spouses want the divorce, financial security should be a major concern of both.
Some of the unique issues that those seeking a 'grey divorce' may face include the division of pension plans and retirement plans, the possibility of working longer instead of retiring, and the rewriting of one's will. There are many more concerns that may be brought about when older individuals get a divorce. It is important that all these issues be brought up and considered thoroughly. Then, details regarding each situation should be outlined within the divorce decree.
Divorce can be expensive, especially when both parties do not agree with one another. One way to keep costs down, especially at a time when incomes are low as it is, is to use collaborative law. This is a way for both spouses to get a divorce while ensuring both of their futures are favorable and each will have as much financially security as possible.
Collaborative law is becoming more popular among those deciding to divorce in Florida and other states. Just because you are getting a divorce doesn't mean that you have to appear in court to work things out. Collaborative law is one of the best ways to stay out of court while making certain that the divorce settlement favors your future.